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Where were your messages before? Outlook express?

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Cant delete email in Outbox of Outlook express


Hi,

Stranger things have been known to happen to folks using Outlook Express, but I'm sure that's little comfort to you now. Here are some things you can try to remove the offending item from your inbox.
  • First, have you made sure that you are current with Windows Update patches and fixes? There are a bunch of nasty bugs in Outlook Express that can leave you open to attacks from specially formatted emails -- with or without attachments. Some viruses can be activated and spread to others just by viewing a message in the preview pane, but ONLY if you are using an old, unpatched version of Outlook.

  • Next, is your anti-virus protection up to date? If your service has expired, renew it ASAP. Or check with your ISP to see if they offer any free anti-virus software.

  • Try turning off the preview pane in Outlook (use View / Layout and UNcheck Show Preview Pane). Then right-click the offending message and select Delete.

  • Some users report success with pressing the Shift and Delete keys after highlighting the message. Note: This technique will delete the message without sending it to the Deleted Items folder.

  • Finally, it's possible that the undelete-able email does not contain any harmful content, but attempting to open it triggers a flaw in your anti-virus scanner. If you are certain that the email is a harmless message from a known person (and they are using anti-virus software), you could try suspending your anti-virus program, then attempt to delete the message.

  • Please post your feedback and Vote if the problem resolved as per your satisfaction.

    Aug 05, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    GHOST MESSAGES IN MY INBOX


    You know I had a similiar problem expt the amount of messages was 1. Really anoying. wheres that one new mail?!?! I can't find it..

    Yeah I'd suggest you set both gmail accounts into your outlook express, the gmail help pages have instructions for that.

    read here how
    http://mail.google.com/support/bin/topic.py?topic=12806

    May 17, 2008 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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    How to avoid viruses in Emails.


    Dealing with the ever-growing onslaught of spam is bad enough, but our Inboxes are also under siege from another threat: viruses and Trojan horse programs disguised as legitimate message attachments, often from someone you know. When you open the attachment, the virus infects your computer, and then, behind the scenes, it uses Outlook to send virus laden messages to people in your Contacts folder.
    You can avoid getting infected by one of these viruses by implementing a few commonsense procedures:
    · Never open an attachment that comes from someone you don’t know.
    · Even if you know the sender, if the attachment isn’t something you expect to receive, assume the sender’s system is infected. Write back and confirm that the sender sent the message.

    Some viruses come packaged as scripts that are hidden within messages that use the HTML format. This means that the virus can run as soon as you view the message! If a message looks suspicious, don’t open it, just delete it. (Note that you need to turn off Outlook Reading pane before deleting the message. Otherwise, when you highlight the message, it displays in the Reading pane and sets off the virus. Select View>> Reading Pane>> Off.)
    Install a top-of-the-line antivirus program, particularly one that checks incoming email. Also be sure to keep your antivirus program’s virus list up-to-date.
    In addition to these general procedures, Outlook also comes with its own set of virus-protection features. For example, Outlook automatically disables certain types of attachments, such as executable files. However, if you want to ratchet up the security level in Outlook, you need to switch to a diet of plain text. That is, you need to tell Outlook to ignore HTML and Rich Text formatting and, instead, display all your messages using text with no special fonts, colors, HTML tags, images, backgrounds, or sounds: just simple, unadorned text where no virus or other malicious content can hide. Here are the steps to follow:


    1. Choose Tools, Trust Center to open the Trust Center dialog box.
    2. Click E-mail Security.
    3. Click to activate the Read All Standard Mail in Plain Text check box.
    4. Click OK.

    When you receive an HTML or rich text message, Outlook converts the message to plain text when you view it either in the Reading pane or in its own window. The Information pane also includes the following message:

    “This message was converted to plain text.”

    on Jul 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    Email Do's and Don'ts Outlook Express VS Webmail


    If you are like most people, you use your Internet Provider's email client.
    Most of these are based on the pop3 system.

    While it is handy and convenient to have this locally based Email client on your PC, it also introduces a dangerous new element to your personal safety.

    By default, your Outlook Express client is set up to automatically view every mail in a preview pane. This feature used to be handy years ago when we didn't have to worry so much about spam and malware. Unfortunately, in the post y2k era Email has become a leading cause of virus proliferation and infection.

    Many spam or malware emails can not only infect your PC, but also hijack your contacts list and email itself to all of your friends. Some of these fraudulent email attachments can even hijack your browser, forcing it to make your homepage anything they choose.

    If you choose to continue using this windows based email client, you should make a few changes to prevent an email from loading without your permission. The easiest and most advisable fix is this.

    Click the toolbar item named (View) then click layout and un-check (Show Preview Pane). Now when you just happen to have an email highlighted it will not show the contents of that particular email in a preview pane. This protects your privacy, should someone happen to be looking over your shoulder, and also prevents you from accidentally loading an email you hadn't intended to read. Spam artists and malware creators depend heavily on the preview pane to spread their poison because when the email loads it can also open html code, flash script, css code as well as some java applets. Gone are the days when you only had to worry about opening attachments to get infected, and NO you should never click on any attachment sent to you by a stranger. Never accept attachments from strangers.

    The Block Feature

    When you get an email from someone you don't know, or if you continue to receive unwanted or spam email from someone, you can simply choose to block them. You can do this by clicking once on the email you don't want to see again and click on the (message) button on your toolbar, then click block. This simple trick will not only prevent a repeat of that same email, but will effectively block any future emails from that particular sender permanently.

    Filtering

    With outlook express you can filter your email so that any email from a certain party can be redirected to a different folder of your choosing.
    After all, we dont want letters from our loved ones being immediately accessible with a single click. We do this with a handy tool called (Message Rules). First, you will need to create a folder with a name that fits the particular person or type of email you want to filter.

    We do this by right clicking the (Local Folders) tab, then click (New Folder), name it and you are done. Then click an email like the one you want to have sent to this new folder then click (Message) on your toolbar and choose (Create Rule From Message). In the dialog box that opens you will see a vast amount of options detailing what you can do with this particular email, but for simplicities sake, we will simply choose, in Box 1.(Where The From Line Contains People), then click in Box 2.(Move It To The Specified Folder), In Box 3. click the highlighted blue text saying (Specified) choose the new folder as the one to send this and all other Emails sent by this person to and click ok on both boxes.

    Now lets test this NEW message rule.
    On the Toolbar, click Tools then click message rules, then choose mail.
    When the new window opens, choose, the mail rules tab, then click (Apply Now). when the New window opens always choose (Select All) just in case you miss any new emails, and click apply now.

    If all went well, you will see the emails from the sender you selected disappear from your inbox window then reappear in the folder of your choice. Sometimes a sender will use several addresses from the same domain, so you will need to repeat these steps to include them in your message rule.

    You may have noticed when reading your message rules Box 1 a list of options for what type of identifiers to use when filtering emails, as well as the other options for how to deal with certain types of emails in Box 2.
    These 2 boxes open a whole realm of possibilities for you to not only filter spam, but to also delete junk email automatically. Use this feature cautiously since some preferred emails use key words that can fall in your criteria of delete, move etc.

    Saving Email Locally or on the Server.

    Many of you have been faced with the dreaded prospect of sending your PC to a shop for repair or Virus removal only to learn after the fact that everything on your computer was completely wiped out.
    What this means to you is that, not only have all of your songs, favorites and preferences been deleted, but your Outlook Express Emails have also been deleted. This need never happen if you follow these simple steps.

    1.Click the word, Tools on your Toolbar then click Accounts.
    2.Click your account name then click Properties
    3.In the properties window, click Advanced.
    4.Now click the box named (Leave A Copy Of Messages on Server)

    The other options listed are a matter of your personal choice, so read them carefully.

    What this does for you is prevent you from losing your emails due to a hard drive crash etc.

    Now for Method 2

    If you already have emails saved in Outlook Express, and you wish to save them on a more permanent basis, you can simply copy them all to a new folder of your choosing, and this can even include a flash drive or external hard drive backup.

    First create a folder of your choosing in whatever place you wish to store these messages and name it whatever you want.
    Now go to Outlook Express and click any email in the folder your chosen emails happen to be in. Now go to the toolbar and click edit, then click select all. Now drag and drop the entire highlighted blue emails to your new folder and all of the emails you selected will be saved there.

    To restore these emails back to your Outlook Express client, just open the inbox, then open your new folder and select all the emails as before, drag and drop them to your inbox and they will appear exactly as they did originally.

    My Method

    I chose, long ago to stop using my local POP3 email simply because these problems listed above occur quite frequently. I chose instead to use Juno, Netzero and several other Webmail based accounts and I will list my reasons below.

    1.I have a New Internet provider which means I have to send a notification to all my friends about the fact that my old email address is no longer valid.
    2.Somebody put my email address in their address book and now I am getting chain letters and spam, and now I have to filter everything on a daily basis.
    3.My outlook express client has crashed and I can no longer read my emails
    4.Microsoft Messenger now loads every time I start windows, and I don't use it, but have trouble making it go away for good.
    5.I have to set my email up all over again when I get a new PC

    These few listed reasons can give you a little insight into what you can expect from Outlook Express as well as many other Microsoft programs which load memory stealing applications you may never use.

    My solution, as noted above is to always use Webmail instead. The benefits are much better as well and I will list them here.

    1.Automatic Spam Filtering is included with almost every Webmail client.
    In my opinion Juno and Netzero are the best at this.

    2.You never lose your Email address, unless for some reason you don't use your email for more than 6 months. With a local provider, you fail to pay for a month and you lose all of that anyway.

    3.You can check your email anytime, anywhere, on any internet connection.

    4.Most Webmail providers allow you to ADD your local ISP's POP3 email to your webmail which means you can not only check all of your emails, but you have them permanently stored in a safe, secure place.

    5.You can forward anything in your Outlook Express inbox to your webmail address to make a permanent copy of emails you don't want to lose.

    6.You may have as many Email Addresses as you want, unlike your local provider who will only allow a maximum of 1 to 3 accounts for free.

    7.I never have to set up my email again, simply because I got a new PC

    With this information, hopefully you will have enough information to safeguard your account, as well as see some choices you may not have known existed.

    Happy Hunting!
    Please Vote for this Tip if you found it helpful.
    Bob S.

    on Mar 31, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    I have forwarded all my inbox mails to outlook express,just for experiment,now i want them back in my yahoo mail inbox,and since than i cant recieve or send any mail please help me out manu india


    There is no easy way. You must first go to account options in Outlook and set it to leave mail on the server. Then you have to manually forward every email back to yourself. The date will change and "RE:" will be added to each subject.

    There is another option if this all happened today. First go to account options in Outlook and set it to leave mail on the server. Then have Yahoo restore your email.

    May 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    Yahoo accepted my user name and password but mail sent to my yahoo address goes to my outlook inbox which is still active and I wish to keep that account but would also like my new yahoo account. I would...


    Could you please explain this more clearly? If I am not wrong you just open new yahoo account and set your outlook client to receive messages from Yahoo Mail service (as far as I know this is available in Pro option only).

    I couldn't understand what do you mean: 
    "mail sent to my yahoo address goes to my outlook inbox which is still active and I wish to keep that account"


    Outlook is a email software and you can add there as many accounts as you wish without losing any of them. Your question isn't clear for me but you do not need to be worried in any way of losing any of your accounts at all.

    Nov 26, 2009 | Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop

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    Computer won't delete items from inbox on outlook express


    Do you have IMAP on your email server? IMAP is a duplicate of what you have in your email program, if your not deleting the messages on the server but only on your email program then your server space will be full and it will give people that send you email that message.

    Nov 13, 2009 | Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop

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    Outlook express 6.0 outbox problems


    This is a common problem with outlook express. The files have become too large for outlook express. I recommend blowing out all the emails. Try first empty the deleted items. If it will not delete. You need to find the folder associated with this identity. That would be in C drive then documents and settings then your username then application data (hidden folder) then identities. There will be a folder with a crazy name of numbers and letters. Go into this folder and you will see your inbox folder and outbox, sent box etc. Delete the folders that you dont have important emails in and this will dump that whole box. Make sure outlook express is closed when you do this. When you reopen outlook express it will recreate these folders empty. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

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    I have outlook Express 6, when I try to delete any messages in the in box it will not let me. I hit delete and it will not delete. When I try to move it to a folder it says error occured. I need to...


    Try removing Outlook Express and reinstalling it. Go to control panel, select add remove programs, then add remove windows components. Uncheck the Outlook Express box and restart. The system once rebooted will boot wwithout outlook express. Then go back and recheck the box, reboot and this will reinstall outlook express. That should fix the problem.

    Make note that unless you backup your email you are going to lose all emails you do not back up so I recommend a backup first.

    Let me know how it works out.

    Nov 13, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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